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This article aims to provide academic advisors with the following: (1) enhance their knowledge and understanding of the challenges experienced by racially minoritized students at predominantly White institutions; (2) explain Laura Rendón's validation theory and it’s six tenets; and (3) provide some practical implications, utilizing validation theory, to foster a sense of belonging and student success for racially minoritized students at predominantly White institutions (PWIs).

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Rafael Almanzar, PWIs, minoritized students, validation theory, belonging, self reflection
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Orientation programs are essential for the on-boarding process for new academic advisors. The author addresses the development and establishment of a virtual orientation program that will position new academic advisors towards success in the advising profession.

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Rafael Almanzar, orientation, on-boarding
Posted in: 2021 March 44:1

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